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 2014 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR w/2 Slides 33FT
Class A Diesel  |  RV ID 7708931  |  Rockwell, NC
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2014 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR
PowerGlide Chassis * MaxxFoce 7 240HP
45,620 Miles * Double-Slide * Sleeps 4
We are selling our 2014 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR so we can get a larger motorhome. We bought it from the original owner in September 2016 in Tampa, FL with 24,000 miles on the coach. It currently has 45,600 miles. The previous owner kept it inside when not in use and we have done that as well. Consequently, the exterior is in excellent condition with normal wear and tear that comes with driving it. It has never been in an accident and the windshield is free of cracks. I have waxed it at least once a year since I have had it with the most recent application done while we were spending seven weeks in Florida this past January and February. I polished the aluminum wheels as well.

The home has two slide outs opposite each other to create a spacious living area. The home is 33’ long and is 11’2” tall to the top of the two AC units. It is the lowest Class A diesel pusher on the market which worked well as the storage area we rent has a 12’ high door. It is built on Tiffin’s own Powerglide chassis with independent front suspension. IFS is typically only found on very high-end motorhomes and contributes to how well this coach drives. It is powered by a Maxxforce 7 diesel with 240HP and 620 ft lbs of torque with an Allison six speed automatic transmission. Since the coach only weight 26,000 lbs., the power to weight ratio is comparable to higher powered but heavier motorhomes. We have driven it extensively in mountains out west and, while not a speed demon, it easily handled even the 10% Teton pass grade. It also has an engine brake to ease concerns when descending that mountain pass. All services are up to date and the coach has never thrown an engine code. It has run flawlessly for us and the previous owners.

Another high-end feature is the one-piece slide out. There are no seams which makes them leak proof. Again, only high-end coaches normally have this feature. Tiffin has been building motorhomes since 1972, so they know how to build a good coach. The cabinets are all hardwood custom made by Tiffin in their factory. The coach has automatic leveling which makes setup a “Breeze”. One of the reasons we bought a Tiffin was their sterling service reputation. We had two warranty items repaired by Tiffin in spite our not being the original owners. They are also very prompt on sending out parts.

This home came with every option available on a 2014 Breeze:

Exterior TV
Front TV
Bedroom TV
In motion Satellite
15,000 btu front AC with Heat pump
Central Vacuum
Two ducted LP gas furnaces

The coach came standard with an over the air antenna that never worked well. I replaced it with a Winegard Razar automatic searching antenna. It works very well and pulled in 23 stations when we were in Florida. The patio and door awnings work well. Also, standard is a DVD surround sound system with ceiling speakers and a sub-woofer. Last fall I replaced the coach batteries with Lifeline sealed batteries.

The interior is in excellent condition and is very, very clean. Neither owner smoked. We had custom sheepskin seat covers made for the captain’s chairs. It is common for the material on these seats to show some wear, so we covered them to protect them. Also, they are extremely comfortable both while driving and while using them as chairs to watch TV as they both swivel. For convenience, I installed cup holders next to the captain’s chairs to hold our beverages while watching TV. For safety reasons, I installed a Tire Pressure Monitoring system that monitors both the motorhome and our towed car’s tires. I also installed a 7” Garmin RV GPS on the dash. Both items would go with the coach. It has both rear and side facing cameras tied to a screen in the dash. The radio is Sirius XM ready. The power window shade on the windshield is standard. It also has an Onan 6000-watt generator that will power everything in the coach.

The jack knife sofa makes into a bed and the dinette table can be lowered and cushion installed on it for additional sleeping area. It has a queen-sized memory foam mattress with a large storage area beneath the bed. The bedroom has three wardrobe closets with the larger one being lit upon opening the doors. There are two glass centered pocket doors to provide privacy to the rear of the coach. I also installed towel holders in the bathroom for drying our towels during the day before placing them in the laundry bag.

The shower is generously sized and is across from a separate lav/commode bath. The original shower door rubbed on the threshold and I could not repair it. So I replaced it with a high quality Kohler single piece glass door. I also installed soap dispensers in the shower stall which is lit by an overhead skylight. I also installed soap dispensers in the bath and kitchen.

The kitchen features an 8-cu ft refrigerator that runs on both LP gas and electric. It also has a combination microwave/convection oven and three LP gas burners. The double bowl stainless steel sink is in excellent condition. My wife sat a hot pan on the countertop in front of the sinks which left some slight marring.

Roll Tiffin Roll !!

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